What is one thing you hope your children carry on as a tradition?
Living within means and never attempting to enjoy life on borrowed money.
Having nightly dinner with their family around the table.
To recall the stories and memories of their grandparents would be a fine tradition. We learn a great deal from our elders that the next generations should also know.
Holidays. When I was growing up, my grandmother made Christmas a spectacular event. It wasn't so much in the gifts as it was the time spent with loved ones. I loved Christmas day with the buffet dinner and all of the family that surrounded the big stone fireplace.
My grandmother passed away 6 years ago, so I've tried to carry on her traditions with my own small family.
I started my own cookbook for my children with my grandmother's recipes.
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Why won't some people realize that money is THE MOST IMPORTANT thing in our societyand culture? What is their bases of their animus against money?
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